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Rediscover Cycling is a bicycle reuse social enterprise located in the Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun, Dublin. We are dedicated to building and reconditioning bicycles whilst providing training and employment opportunities.
Rediscover Cycling has been putting life back into unwanted bicycles since 2010. Bikes are collected from recycling centres and we create revamped bicycles to be sold in the Ecostore located in the Rediscovery Centre.
Additionally to reconditioning donated bikes, the bike team has expanded its business to include providing on-site bike clinics to corporate and other organisations to promote sustainable transport.
Rediscover Fashion is Ireland’s leader in circular fashion and is located in the Rediscovery Centre, the Irish National Centre for the Circular Economy, in Dublin. It was established in 2008 as a social enterprise to produce 100% redesigned and repurposed clothing, accessories and homeware ranges.
At Rediscover Fashion we have created a space where the circular fashion model can be brought to life through training, lectures and by developing innovative products that highlight circular design principles. These products are then sold in our Eco Store along with other sustainably designed brands.
Rediscover Fashion is a social enterprise that creates training opportunities for the long term unemployed and all revenue generated from its activities are reinvested back into the enterprise. This programme highlights that an estimated 93% of all textile waste in Ireland is sent to landfill and it aims to counteract this by teaching members of the public repair and reuse skills through interactive workshops and talks throughout the year.
Over 10 years, Rediscover Fashion has provided back-to-work training to over 40 learners in fashion upcycling, design and repair.
Rediscover Furniture is a social enterprise that is located in the unique Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun. The Rediscover Furniture programme aims to bring new life to old furniture. It takes great pride that furniture which was destined for landfill has been rescued and given a new lease of life.
The programme is aligned to the sustainable ethos of the Rediscovery Centre and the team uses traditional methods and environmentally friendly products in all of their work. Set up in 2006, Rediscover Furniture offers furniture courses and a repairs and restoration service to the public.
All of the restoration and upcycling work is undertaken by programme manager Gerard Griffin and his trainees. The completed pieces by the Rediscover Furniture team are for sale in our Ecostore located on the first floor of the Rediscovery Centre. All profits from these sales are reinvested back into the social enterprise.
Rediscover Paint, a Rediscovery Centre social enterprise, collects paint from recycling centres, then filters and remixes it to create new paint in perfectly usable condition. The recycled paint is sold in the Ecostore onsite. Since 2007, the social enterprise has been offering affordable recycled paint to the wider Dublin community.
As a social enterprise, Rediscover Paint also offers training to long-term unemployed citizens.
The aim of the programme is to divert paint from disposal or incineration and provide affordable paint for reuse to the public and community organizations.
Siel Bleu Ireland is a social enterprise that provides life enhancing exercise programmes to older adults and patient groups. Siel Bleu Ireland is the first specific effort to promote exercise among older adults and patient groups in Ireland, with the aim of improving overall wellbeing. We design our programmes with a preventive approach that benefits all adults, at any age, and at any stage of their lives. We promote the autonomy and wellbeing of older people and people with chronic disease, ensuring that everyone has the capacity and self-confidence necessary to live an independent and happy life.
Siel Bleu Ireland offers group exercise programmes in nursing homes/daycare centres, with patient groups, in communities and one to one sessions in private homes. Our expert Physical Trainers gauge the ability of each participant and tailor classes to meet the group needs. Together this results in programmes which have a real physical, social and psychological impact.
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Professional and commercial Print and Design Social Enterprise based in Roscommon town. We offer a wide range of products and design services tailored to meet the needs of each individual customer. We offer meaningful employment opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities and all our supported staff members are trained and highly skilled in traditional hand finishing. 2019 has been a very good year for Triest Press with two award wins from the European Business awards and the Irish Print Awards. We will continue to build on our success into 2020 and one of our key aims is to connect with other social enterprises so that we can all mutually benefit from knowledge and resource sharing.